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Open Source Security Tool Training

July 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm EDT

Domain Categorization with DomainCat

[Virtual Event]

This will be a virtual, online event. Link will be shared with those who RSVP.

Domain Categorization is a useful tactic in helping secure your organization, but what is it, how does it work, and can it stop attacks against your organization? This talk will cover how domain categorization works and how to check categorizations on domains. For those on the red team side, we will look at how to get your domains categorized to bypass your target’s protections.

About the Presenter:

Kirk Hayes is a Senior Security Consultant with over five years of experience performing security assessments and penetration tests and over 15 years of experience in Information Technology. Kirk has conducted penetration tests and red teaming against the internal and external networks and applications for large and small organizations, including organizations in the financial, technical, payment processing, legal, and defense space. Kirk is an active member in the information security community. He has developed tools such as backHack, myBFF, and Spotter. He has presented at various conferences such as DerbyCon, BSides, and Chicago CyberSecurity Summit. Kirk is also active in participating in Capture the Flag (CTF) competitions.

Some Important additional Details:

Our Open Source Security Tool Series – Domain Categorization with DomainCat is taking place on Microsoft Teams . If you have never logged into a Microsoft Teams before, be sure to give yourself time beforehand to download Teams.

The link for the event will be sent out before the event. If you have not received the link ; please email us at info@tech-collective.org so we can send it to you again.

Please plan on arriving at about 6:00 pm as we will start promptly at 6:10 pm!

Cameras on! Please plan on turning your camera on so we can all connect as we learn.

If you would like to contribute to our programming by hosting a session, please email Patrick Laverty at patricklaverty@gmail.com